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Re-Volt (Arcade) refers to the version of Re-Volt which was released on an actual Arcade Machine by Tsunami Visual Technologies on September 24, 2004.

Arcade 971 ReVolt Motion

The Arcade Machine

This 'port' of the game featured a few changes such as gameplay and graphics. It ran on Microsoft Windows 98 and came in two versions.  The TsuMo Standard Non-Motion Sit Down Re-Volt and the delux model pictured on the right.

The Re-Volt Standard Computer System utilized commercially available computer parts.  Known hardware includes

  • ASUS P4S800-MX SE Motherboard
  • GIGABYTE GO-C5200B 52X IDE CD-ROM
  • MSI MX4000-T64R Video Card
  • Standard IDE Hard Drive
  • Socket 478 Intel Processor
  • 256MB DDR Memory
  • ATX Power Supply

Custom Case with Sock Mounts

Hardware can be easily changed with just a driver update and if needed the entire operating system can be reloaded with a CD-ROM that was included with each system.  However once the system is reloaded a custom code must be given to the original manufacturer and a subsequent unlock code must be entered into the Arcade System before it will be usable.

Similar to the Dreamcast version 's time trial mode and many other arcade racers, there is a global timer.

This version had two additional tracks, those are Gabor's Venice and a new track created by Kurt Arnlund, an ex-Tsunami employee.

I created a junk yard circle track using the crane and a car model that I made using pictures of a coworkers car.  I also created some original music that I was using in the junk yard track.

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Re-Volt Arcade Gameplay

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